strawberry jam love

Definitions

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  • noun made with strawberries

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  • He jumped from forty thousand feet without a parachute . . . . . . (3 Times)

    But he ain’t gonna jump no more.

    Gory gory what a hellava way to die . . . . . . (3 Times)

    And he ain’t gonna jump no more.

    He landed on the tarmac like a blob of strawberry jam . . . . . .

    They scraped him from the tarmac with a bread and butter knife . . . . . .

    They put him in an envelope and sent him home to Mum . . . . . .

    She put him in a matchbox up upon the mantle piece . . . . . .

    The moral of this story is don’t jump without a ‘chute . . . . . . (3 Times)

    Or you will jump no mooooooore.

    - 'The Paratrooper', traditional.

    November 29, 2008

  • Hee! I loved singing that song as a kid.

    And isn't there another verse at the start?

    He joined the paratroopers for the fancy uniform

    November 29, 2008

  • You could well be right. I came across the reference to strawberry jam when I was looking at this fascinating page.

    The version of 'The Paratrooper' I cited was from a Dutch collection of songs for Scouts, of all things. Now all we need are some fascinating witches :-)

    November 29, 2008